Solar Smash is a planet destruction simulator, it allows the player to use a variety of different weapons to destroy the planet. These include nuclear missiles, lasers, and asteroids.

What’s New

Version 1.1.0

- three new planets
- 1 new weapon
- slow motion
- graphics select
- various changes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
725 Ratings

725 Ratings

Ghostshoris ,

Fun but gets boring, ideas:

A few ideas:
1: When throwing asteroids, lasers, ufo beams, etc. at a city, the lights near it should turn off

1.5: when throwing things at an ocean, a huge tsunami should appear (depending on what you throw)

1.75: we should be able to cause flooding by dragging water onto cities

2: add more planets, even suns, moons, solar systems, and galaxies

3: while not touching a planet for 1-3 minutes, human life should evolve by placing satellites by themselves, they should be able to make cities on moons and other planets.

4: when destroying a city, a News text should pop up on the top of the screen saying, “(city) has been struck with an asteroid, evacuate to safety quickly”

5: Add more things to throw on planets
5.1: Nuclear Warhead
5.15: Asteroids that have water
5.20: Freeze Ray

5.25: Add an option to change the size of asteroids when throwing it at the planet

😊💜💜 ,

Fun, but boring

One day, I saw a friend playing a cool game where he was laser-ing through earth, I thought it looked fun, so, he gave me the name and I got it.
It’s fun, but quite boring when it comes to what to do with it. It’s a good game and all, but there’s a few complaints.
Firstly, it’s extremely, to a frustrating level, constricted. They barely give you options for anything. There’s only like, 10 different “attacks” you can use. And you’re very limited to a MAXIMUM of 3 planets to choose from. Those include:
And some purple planet that has almost 12 billion living there
That’s literally all you can chose from!! Hopefully, I heard there’s gonna be a new update soon, so maybe they’ll put more planets. I mean, the attack options are:
Small Laser (only heats things up)
Bigger Laser (that can actually burn through stuff)
Alien Attack (idk why, but it does a surprising amount of damage)
Laser Gun (pretty much a laser, but you can blast it)
Meteorite (which, is probably the one to cause the most damage out of all)
Small Meteorite (basically, a rock)
Black hole (I’m not even kidding)
Missile/ Rockets (I can’t tell which one)
Ya know, that’s actually a pretty good amount of choices... I didn’t know that a game could be so boring yet fun at the same time. Either way, this is a good game, despite the lack of options. It is really fun. Would recommend.

Matthew Petruska ,

PLEASE BRING BACK the old HIGHER quality Graphics!

The most recent update (in an effort to reduce the apps size) made the graphics lower quality & (not to be mean) but it looks BAD. It’s obvious they lowered the quality of city lights at night, burn marks/lava from damage, craters etc.

This game has so much potential dont cheapen it’s quality please. 🙏🏻

If they’d fix the graphics back & add some new weapons & features I’d PAY FOR IT happily (like a premium version).

Quick note on the two new disasters:
Black hole: looks too unrealistic & is too basic
The reddish beams: Unnecessary, it’s essentially the laser combined with the asteroid.

Here’s some recommendations on how you can improve the game:

-Freeze Ray (freezes parts of planet you shoot)
-Time Lapse/Cooling of Planet: Allow the planet to cool off after destruction
-Natural Disasters: Add the ability to create earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanoes, tsunamis
-More realistic ocean graphics: hitting land vs water with a comet should create two different reactions (tidal wave etc)
-Solar Flares, Gamma Ray bursts: That plunge the planet into darkness
Just some ideas, honestly this game has the potential to be an awesome God-type game!


160.4 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
In-App Purchases
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